Dr. Victoria Papscoe has been working at Littleton Animal Hospital since 2003. Like Dr. Kilgore, she also graduated from Tufts University and shares the passion for avian and exotic animal medicine. Dr. Papscoe completed the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) course and has finished the rigorous training to become certified in veterinary acupuncture. She is interested in other aspects of integrative veterinary medicine as well, such as nutrition, food therapy, herbs, and supplements.
Dr. Papscoe has a special interest in feline medicine and regularly volunteers providing veterinary care, spays and neuters, for feral cats. Her professional organizations include the AVMA, MVMA, AAV, American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture (AAVA), IVAS and AEMV.
Currently she shares her home with four cats, a Quaker parrot, and a human partner named John. In her spare time, Dr. Papscoe enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and going to rock concerts.